Maybe it's the long wall that wraps around the city's silhouette, but there's something about Segovia that just feels whole and also small. You can see the whole city in less than two hours, but only if you don't take the time to marvel at the grand aqueduct or the formidable Alcazar. You have to approach the ancient roman pillars and touch the stones with your own hands, because Segovia is not a city for rushers and people with checklists. It is a city for people who wonder. Don't just stop in on your way to somewhere else. Take a day to really see Segovia because even if you never read one guidebook or pamphlet, you'll get lost in this city's deep history.